Lecithin is a fat-like substance called a phospholipid. The liver
produces this substance daily providing the diet is adequate, and it is needed
by every cell in the body. A key building block of cell membranes.
The nutrients in lecithin are necessary to help maintain the cell membrane
structure, maintaining flexibility. They are also needed for support of the
nervous system, digestion and circulation.
The protective sheaths surrounding the nerves in the brain and nervous system
are largely made up of these phospholipids so are very necessary in maintaining
these sheaths and protecting them from oxidation.
Lecithin is composed mostly of B vitamins, phosphoric acid, choline, linoleic
acid and inositol and even though it is a fatty substance, it is also a fat
emulsifier. These emulsifiers play an important role in digesting fat and in the
health of the circulaton. Choline plays an important part in making
acetylcholine, an important neurotransmitter.
Each nutrient in this formula has been carefully
selected to provide maximum nutrition.
See precautions below